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Power for the People: how materials science can save the world

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  • UserRob Wallach, Director of Science and Engineering Experiments for Kids (SEEK), Senior Lecturer in Materials Science, and Fellow of King's College
  • ClockSaturday 17 April 2010, 14:00-15:00
  • HouseBabbage Lecture Theatre, New Museums Site.

If you have a question about this talk, please contact Dr David Chapman.

A talk targeting 14-18 year olds, families, and all who are interested in sustainable development.

Sustainable development is essential if the world, as we know it, is not to be destroyed. This talk summarises key issues, how technology can contribute to solutions, some life-saving possibilities emerging from the discipline of Materials Science, and why attitudes have to change.

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